P1362 indicates no signal in the Top Dead Center Sensor circuit.
Usually it means you need a new distributor, however, there is a troubleshooting procedure to make sure it is not just a bad connection or an open in the signal wire.
The distributor is what the spark plug wires come out of. The housing is the metal part of this, that houses the coil, igniter, and all the sensors. By a bad wire, I mean one of the electrical wires in the wiring harness that goes from the distributor to the cars engine control unit.
No, the control unit is the computer. The cars brain.And the electrical wires go from the brain to each component in the engine control system like nerves in your body.
Only other thing is to check that you have power to the blower when you turn it on. You may have a bad control panel. I found a tsb on a water leak at the cowl that causes blower to be inop, but it doesn't tell why.
Sorry I can't help more, I just don't have any GM product knowledge.
firing order id 1-3-4-2
If you look at the cap, there is a raised portion that goes between the plug wire posts. The two that it goes between are 3 on top and 4 on the bottom , on the back half, 1 on top 2 on bottom. Also make sure the distributor is adjusted to the center of the adjustment, if the timing is retarded, it will have low power.